Spectra Energy Partners -- One of North America's Premier Natural Gas Infrastructure Master Limited Partnerships
Spectra Energy Partners, LP is a Delaware master limited partnership (MLP) formed by Spectra Energy Corp, headquartered in Houston, Texas, to own and operate natural gas transportation and storage assets.
Providing a strategically positioned portfolio along with a strong and flexible financial position, Spectra Energy Partners makes for a credible investment opportunity.
Spectra Energy Corp, which is comprised of the former natural gas businesses of Duke Energy Corporation, became a stand-alone publicly traded company in January 2007. Spectra Energy is one of the largest operators of natural gas pipelines and storage facilities in North America.
Spectra Energy Partners’ assets include:
- The East Tennessee Natural Gas system, a 1.7 Bcf/day, 1,517-mile natural gas transportation pipeline located in the southeastern United States.
- The Ozark Gas Transmission system (OGT), a 0.5 Bcf/day, 565-mile natural gas pipeline that extends from southeast Oklahoma through Arkansas into southeastern Missouri; feeding into OGT is our 365-mile, fee-based Ozark Gas Gathering system.
- The Big Sandy Pipeline, a 0.2 Bcf/day, 68-mile natural gas pipeline system in eastern Kentucky.
- The Saltville Gas Storage, a more than 5 Bcf working capacity natural gas storage facility located adjacent to the East Tennessee Natural Gas system in Virginia.
- A 49 percent interest in Gulfstream Natural Gas System, which owns a 1.3 Bcf/day, 745-mile natural gas pipeline that connects Mobile Bay to the central Florida peninsula through the Gulf of Mexico.
- A 38.76 percent interest in Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline, LLC (M&N US), which owns a 0.8 Bcf/day, 338-mile mainline natural gas transportation system in the U.S. that extends from the border of Canada near Baileyville, Maine, to northeastern Massachusetts.
- A 50 percent interest in Market Hub Partners, which owns high-deliverability salt cavern storage assets capable of storing about 51 Bcf of natural gas.